Showing posts from March, 2017

iHerb haul

Hello guys.

Finally I decided to try the famous online shop iHerb and I cannot be happier.

Prices are really good (at least they are cheaper than other shops in Europe), they have thousands of reviews that help you choose the products (I already submitted my own reviews), products arrived in two weeks without any problem and so far, all the products that I have seen are vegan and organic.

This is what I bought, basically essentials for me.

First of all, my beloved deodorant Schmidt´s, in Ylang Ylang  & Calendula formula.
I have been using this brand for 3-4 years now, is the best organic/vegan option I have found, and trust me when I say that I have tried almost everything you can buy in the organic deodorant´s section.
They contain baking soda, so may not be for everybody.
I have used most of their formula's, I was really in love with the Bergamot one, until one day my mum suggest me to use Ylang Ylang, what can I say, mums are always right LOL. This is now my favourite one n…

Books of the month 📖

Hello everybody.

Today I have decided to share the latest books I have read.

I have been sick for a couple of days, so I have gone for a light reading ☺

The first one is a very old version of The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole, by Sue Twonsend.

I have heard many times that is a must read here in England, and I was thrilled when I could find it in a car boots for only 50p.
The edition is from 1984, I cannot imagine how many people have had this book in their hands before me 😊

It was quite good and a fast read. It tells you the story of a teenager and his family, in the 80s in England. They have quite a messy life, and poor Adrian has to deal with the struggles of puberty while everything around him is such a mess.

I think there are more books  in this collection, I need to see if I can get my hands on them.

I already have passed it to one of my dearest friend, I hope she enjoys as much as I did.

The second one was The make-up girl, by Andrea Semple.

Another quick and easy read to entert…